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Innsbruck prioritizes the active mobility of Innsbruck's citizens - this includes walking in the city.
Innsbruck has set itself the goal of significantly strengthening cycling in everyday life and achieving a 20 percent share in the choice of mode of transport.
A well-developed network of public transportation gets you safely from A to B in and around Innsbruck.
Here you will find information and contact persons for questions concerning roads as well as traffic and road law issues.
Here you can find a detailed map of the city of Innsbruck.
If you have any questions, we can be reached during office hours at +43 512 5360 0.
Contact us. We will be happy to take care of your concerns personally.